Spend more time enjoying good work from your dogs in the field and less time ridding your hunting companion's feet of troublesome stickers, thorns, and cactus tines with RedHead® Kevlar Dog Boots in Realtree Max-4® Camo. Our RedHead Pros carefully designed and re-designed these dog boots until they came up with the perfect combination of secure protection, fit, and comfort. These dog boots offer a higher top with wrap-around velcro straps to keep them securely on your dog's feet. Solid neoprene construction with strong kevlar protection on the foot and shin. Easy on and off. No-slip bottom, great for snow and ice protection or traction on rough, dry, or rocky terrain. Super light weight, will not hinder your dog's performance. Set of 4 dog boots. Imported.
Fitting Instructions: Measure your dog's paw on the ground under full weight from the front tip of the toenail to the back of the heel. Pick the size from the chart to determine the size your dog needs.
The boots didn't serve the purpose that I bought them for, which was to protect my dog's feet. The boots lasted for about 1&1/2 hrs. They came off constantly, and twisted around, even w/ securing to the max. They were the correct size, no question. The fabric and material itself is junk. Not only was the twisting & constant need to put the shoes back on a problem, but holes and rips in the material were the biggest issue and that was the point of lasting only 1&1/2 hrs. The material is not kevlar or if it is, it is the cheapest and lowest grade, otherwise these shoes should not have ripped and holes wouldn't have worn through the bottoms. These will not protect dogs feet for very long on rocky surfaces - might be okay on flat terrain. I would not trust these on hot asphalt either, the material is too thin.
July 24, 2012
I said I would recommend this to a friend just because I don't think it is that bad that I wouldn't recommend it. Works well as long as they stay on. That is my biggest problem, keeping them on my dog's feet. When wearing the boots on the front feet, I don't have a problem, the ones on the back feet just won't stay put. They slide down to where my dog is walking on the neoprene part and not the reinforced bottoms.
November 1, 2010
could use some work
The boot fit is a little strange and bigger than you would think. The kevlar is just around the edge and not the bottom so not much good with sandburs and tack weed. I had to disasemble the boot and change the design to fit my dog. If someone out there knows of a better kevlar dog shoe please let me know. My dog has a bum leg and drags her rear leg so the redesigned boot works well but the bottom wears out.
April 11, 2009
I purchased these boots to protect my GSP front feet after a foot infection. My dog is out in the field a lot during pheasant season. The boots fit well even though they sent me 3 boots labeled large and one labeled medium. I taped them on with athletic tape to insure a good fit. The boots lasted for about 10 trips then the bottoms gave out so if your looking for something to use many, many times, these will not hold up. So don't believe the bulletproof claim. They did. however, serve there purpose for me.
January 1, 2008
We use dog boots on our fema dogs and if you go to a tack and feed store get some coban wrap.coban is a non adhesive bandage wrap that sticks to its self and is extremely flexible. Coban comes in a lot of cool colors like camo or hunter orange .
Have your dog stand wiith his feet on a piece of paper. Use a pencil to mark both the front and back of his foot. Be a little generous so the boot will not be too tight. Measure the distance between the lines and that will give you the correct size. I always check the fit carefully after I get them just to make sure I was accurate.
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